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U.S. and world news for July 8

https://youtu.be/Uug8FWtLMfw Shinzo Abe assassinated: Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was assassinated this morning while campaigning for one of the candidates in Sunday’s Japanese elections. A...

Cooney: infrastructure funds should supplement, not substitute

New York state needs to avoid the temptation to cut back on its own infrastructure spending while using money from the $1.2 trillion federal...

Nonstop flights from Stewart to Florida locations beginning this month

Frontier Airlines is beginning service today for nonstop flights from Stewart Airport to Orlando, and will begin nonstop service to both Miami and Tampa next week.

$2.9 million from state for Westchester, Hudson Valley airports

Westchester County Airport and the Hudson Valley Regional Airport are among 24 public-use airports across the state splitting over $20 million from the state Department of Transportation for strategic infrastructure enhancements.

Southwest Airlines adds Nashville route at Bradley Airport

The Nashville service will be the ninth route that Southwest flies out of Bradley.

Travel enforcement operation set up at Westchester County Airport

All travelers coming into New York from certain states impacted by COVID-19 have to go into 14 days of self-quarantine.

Fairfield’s AtmosAir Solutions readies to fight the coronavirus epidemic

The company traces the roots of its technology back to a young Albert Einstein.

Business aviation may be the best flight plan for Connecticut’s shoreline...

Returning commercial air flights to Sikorsky Memorial Airport has been a goal of Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim since his 2015 return to office.

Redding’s Absolute Transportation considers joys and challenges in CT limousine industry

Sean P. Morris, owner of Absolute Transportation LLC in Redding, faces high gas prices, heavy traffic, Uber competition and the threat of tolls on Connecticut's roads.

Tweed New Haven Airport seeks to spread its wings

"We’d love to attract more people from Fairfield County, but we have to have something to offer them," said Tim Larson, executive director of the Tweed New Haven Airport Authority.

GE exec on why they left CT: ‘The airports here suck’

Gov. Dannel Malloy adds that highways are "either a parking lot or a museum."